The Lantern Exhibition, featuring thematic lanterns, traditional Chinese music and acrobatic performances, is now on at the Chek Lap Kok airport passenger terminal building until September 17. The free event aims to promote traditional Chinese culture and customs among tourists and the local community. In addition, two special performances by distinguished local groups will be staged on Sunday at 2 pm and September 3 at 4 pm to highlight Chinese instrumental music, Chinese folk songs and dance and traditional stage arts. The exhibition Eyes in the Dark: A Project With Light by Gabriel Fung is an adventurous experiment. Visitors' involvement is essential to the success of the experiment. Things in the environment such as the sound of footsteps and a man walking back and forth contribute to the installation. Fung aims to explore how light, objects, space, environment, feelings and thoughts interact. The exhibition is now on at the Experimental Gallery, 3/F, Hong Kong Arts Centre from 10 am to 6.30 pm daily until August 18. Admission is free. Presented by Chung Ying Theatre Company, the play Sylvia is a comedy about how an unemployed man, Greg, loses his bearings until he comes across a dog called Sylvia. Greg decides to adopt the dog but his wife, Kate, is strongly against the idea. After a series of hilarious twists and turns, Greg and Kate compromise, and Sylvia becomes a valued part of their lives. The play will be staged at 7.30 pm at the Hong Kong Cultural Centre's Studio Theatre from August 18 to 20 and 22 to 27. There are matinees on August 26 and 27 at 2.30 pm. Tickets at $100 and $150 (students, half-price) are available from Urbtix. For inquiries and reservations, call 2734-9009. The Hong Kong Youth Symphonic Band Annual Concert will be held on August 19 at 7.30 pm at Kwai Tsing Theatre Auditorium. Free tickets are available from all Music Office Centres. For inquiries, call 2399-2195 or 2796-7537.